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                                                         How To Travel Responsibly
                                                                   By Lalit Rastogi



   Responsible travel is a broad term but in essence, travelling responsibly means treating people in
other countries with the same respect you would expect from others in your own community or country.
The responsible traveller is interested in preserving cultures, communities, local way of life, wildlife,
habitats and the environment as a whole in every region he or she travels to.

So how can someone interested in responsible travel help to minimise their travel footprint and help
sustain local communities and environments? There are a number of steps an individual can take in
this ever changing world where mass tourism has had such a destructive effect on the environment.
One of the biggest concerns at present is carbon dioxide emissions and green house gases in general.
By reducing the number of flights or taking alternative transport wherever possible, carbon emissions
from planes can be reduced which will benefit your own community as well as others as there are no
country boundaries where pollution is concerned.

Even before arriving at your destination, it is always advisable to research the area to gain a greater
understanding of the local culture and customs through the internet, books, email or by phoning. Try to
find hotels, businesses and schemes which are eco friendly. Also, by learning a few words of the local
language or by using a phrase book, it will be easier to immerse yourself in the local culture and have a
deeper experience than travelling with hordes of people from your own country.

Once you arrive at your destination, keep an open mind and try to experience the local culture without
making comparisons with life back at home. Use local resources with care such as water and electricity
which are in short supply in many regions of the world. Simple steps like switching off the tap while
brushing your teeth or taking a shower instead of a bath can help save water. Switching off lights,
mobile phone chargers, televisions and a whole host of modern electronic equipment can save
electricity.

Respect the local culture and always obey the local laws even if you disagree with some of them.
Follow dress codes to avoid offence and avoid the temptation to drink and drive just because you are
on holiday. Never accept packages from strangers or recent acquaintances especially if you about to
travel through an airport. Obeying local laws and customs on drinking and taking drugs is especially
important as many travellers are tempted to drink heavily while on holiday causing havoc in the local
community.

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Many people want to support the local community by purchasing local produce and products and while
this is beneficial in most cases, it's essential to avoid purchasing animal skins or products produced
from the slaughter of endangered species such as tigers, leopards, jaguars, elephants, rhinos, hippos,
reptiles, birds and many other animals. The same applies to protected plant species. Many countries
now have severe penalties for anyone importing illegal plants or animals. Whenever possible, buy
locally grown produce and crafts from local family businesses or fair trade companies.

To minimise pollution and to have a better experience of the local community, walk or ride a bicycle
whenever possible. Support the local infrastructure by using local buses and taxis. Use trains or boats
instead of planes for longer journeys to minimise carbon emissions.

Finally, volunteering is a great way to give something back to the environment and help local
communities through various educational and non-profit schemes. The benefits are not all one way as
many volunteers gain new skills, achieve a better understanding of themselves, gain added confidence
through social interaction and gain a greater sense of self-worth through helping others.

By travelling responsibly, you are more likely to have a richer more immersive experience with the
knowledge that you have minimised your impact on the environment and in some cases, helped to
improve some areas. With more communities and environments being threatened with pollution and
extinction, to travel responsibly is not only essential but it may help to form part of the solution in
preserving environments and wildlife for future generations.

Lalit Rastogi is editor of http://www.firstgapyear.com &
http://www.whatdigicam.com/travel-digital-camera.html sites. He has a background in photography, IT
& travel. He completed his first gap year in 2003 and 2004 by travelling the world & visiting
Asia, Australasia, South Pacific & North America.




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                              Cheap Car Insurance For Teens – Some Tips And Advice
                                                         By Elizabeth Newberry



 One of the most important tips anyone can offer a teen driver about obtaining, and keeping, cheap car
insurance, is the tip of driving safely and responsibly. This advice does not mean just buckling up and
driving the speed limit. Driving safely and responsibly goes beyond those basics – especially for teen
drivers.

Below are some tips and advice for teens to drive safely and responsibly.

Obey the law. Obeying the law means buckling your safety belt (wearing a safety belt is a legal
requirement in most states); driving the speed limit (speed limits change in different parts of town,
especially in school and work zones); knowing, and respecting, what the colors of traffic lights mean;
not driving under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or any other controlled substance; placing at least the
length of one vehicle between you and the car in front of you; always signaling your next move to the
vehicles surrounding you; and driving only during the times drivers your age are legally allowed to
drive.

Respect your surroundings. Respecting your surroundings means driving in accordance with
everything around you. Drive slower than the speed limit when weather elements such as rain and
snow require it. Keep watch of pedestrians, especially children who may be playing close to the road.
Pay attention to all vehicles around you, especially in high traffic areas.

Avoid unnecessary distractions. Unnecessary distractions include things such as putting on make up,
eating, chatting on your cell phone, blasting the radio, and cramming too many friends into your
vehicle. Many states have laws regulating how many passengers teen drivers are allowed to have.
Know, and follow, those laws. When in doubt, never allow more passengers than your vehicle has
safety belts.

Car insurance companies already view teen drivers as high risk. By driving safely and responsibly,
teen drivers can keep traffic violations and accidents to a minimum, thus helping them maintain cheap
car insurance.

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